Cougars Cruise to Road Win at Idaho
MOSCOW, Idaho (Nov. 21, 2020) – Washington State Women's Swimming continued to impress on its opening weekend, cruising to a 57-19 victory over the University of Idaho for the second consecutive day at the Idaho Swim Center Saturday.
The Cougars recorded wins in all four events as senior Taylor McCoy won the 200 back, senior Chloe Larson won the 100 free, senior Mackenzie Duarte won the 200 breast and sophomore Mia Zahab ended the meet with a win in the 200 fly.
"We swam well today and I liked how we competed that past two days, our first competition in 250+ days. I'm proud of these young women for their hard work, their commitment to the process and to pushing through adversity," third-year head coach Matt Leach said. "We were lucky enough to put our hand on the wall first today in all but one of the events which was great to see! We will continue to work on developing our culture and energy in practice as we prepare for the next step. Go Cougs!"
The Cougars do not have another meet scheduled for the remainder of the fall at this time.